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76) Homemaking practices do not necessarily take place in a dwelling: Fabos (this issue) discusses how visiting patterns knit Muslim Arab Sudanese forced migrants together through mobile practices that span significant distances across urban space, while Dona (this issue) challenges the notion of "home" as physical domesticity and shows that displacement may lead to a shift in homemaking practices away from the dwelling and towards non-territorialized settings such as online communities.
The literature on urban planning is large, but only a small subset deals with the geological context; a few examples include Howard and Remson (1978), Cooke and Doornkamp (1990), Marsh (2005), and Fabos (1985), of which the last is particularly good in preparing geologists to work with planners.
Sudanese ethnicity in Cairo follows from the ambiguous political, legal, symbolic, and social position Sudanese hold in Egyptian society, suggests Fabos (refugee studies, U.
Perhaps the most well known writer in this latter regard is Olmsted who is credited by Fabos et al.
Lewis and Fabos (2005) focused on two teenage girls' use of instant messaging, highlighting the divergence of in-school literacy from the nonlinear, immediately relevant writing they perform outside of school.
Swedish construction group Skanska AB said on Friday (21 September) that it has signed a SEK170m deal with the property company Fabos in Kristianstad, Sweden.
Finally, Lewis and Fabos (2000) explored the culture of cyberspace and the impact of removing hair and other cultural symbols on literacy skill acquisition and development among girls.
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Lewis and Fabos (1999), found in their study investigating teens' use of technology that these two aspects-communication and re-creation of self could be merged, as they reveal how two adolescent girls used instant messaging to solidify social networks as well as to negotiate multiple identities online.
The products are available in upscale gourmet markets and health food stores, but Fabos says the company has plans to enter the mainstream arena.
As Fabos (2001) points out, many authors writing about the presumed socially progressive uses of the Web are 'painfully uncritical about the heavily commercialised Web content'.